Feel The Love This Valentine’s Day With These Indie Rom-Coms

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Happy Valentine’s Day IndieFlix-sters

Photos and Drawings – While working on a portrait series for an up coming gallery show, photographer Joel finds his inspiration through a chance meeting with artist Helena. Later, he learns that she has a gallery opening the same night as his. Joel makes a surprise appearance and discovers something more. http://bit.ly/2aDW69M

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Sometimes the Moon is Velvet – Jack, a struggling fisherman from a lonely seaside village, one night finds a velvet dress in the ocean that he believes will bring him luck. However, when a beautiful homeless girl steals the dress, they find that love can really turn your world upside down. http://bit.ly/2bgO2Ae

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Brink – Jeremy makes one final confession before all is lost. Watch this visually stunning and romantic short on IndieFlix. http://bit.ly/2bfUB3K

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Not a Romantic? Take a Look at These “Screw Love” Films On IndieFlix

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IndieFlix brings engaging stories to movie lovers around the world. With over 8,000 high quality shorts, features, documentaries, classic TV and web series.

Love is good and all but have you ever had Mac & Cheese?????

Coffee & Pie – In this self-proclaimed anti-romantic comedy, June and October are breaking up. Manipulative June feels her moral superiority justifies the breakup & a confused October learns from a waitress that revenge is a dish best served with pie. http://bit.ly/1S47N7k

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Spider – It’s all fun and games until someone loses an eye. http://bit.ly/1Ug7U3T

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Dik  A six year old boy brings home a piece of school work that provokes his parents to question his sexual orientation… and their own. http://bit.ly/1P0L6pT

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Pipas – Two friends discuss one friend’s cheating boyfriend, as life goes right over their heads. http://bit.ly/296nUnn

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Shanghai Love Market – Every weekend in Shanghai’s famous Peoples’ Park, parents hang posters to match-make their unwed children. But when true love is at stake, sometimes even the best plans have a funny way of coming undone. http://bit.ly/2b6J5tj

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